Jo Ferguson Wiki – Jo Ferguson Biography
It is understood that the former And Sydney socialite, fashion and media identity star stylist jo Ferguson passed away at the age of 46, with friends who went to Facebook to remember her life.
Jo Ferguson Age
She was 46 years old.
Jo Ferguson Career & Early Year
Ferguson was once best friends with former model Kristy Hinze and was a bridesmaid at her wedding to American billionaire Jim Clark. It was well documented in recent years that Ferguson’s life had skyrocketed as his health declined. She was known on the Sydney red carpet scene, had dated television presenter Tom Williams for several years, and had been romantically linked to millionaire car dealer Neville Crichton.
Over recent years she had pulled back from social life and moved home to Adelaide to be close to family.
Sydney socialite, fashion and media identity Jo Ferguson has died after illness. The former stylist to the stars is understood to have passed away at the age of 46, with friends taking to Facebook to remember her life.https://t.co/ACpOTIicTZ
— The Daily Telegraph (@dailytelegraph) April 8, 2020
Jo Ferguson Family
She is survived by his mother, Patricia, and his brother, Scott.
Jo Ferguson Death & Cause
Friends told Confidencial that Ferguson died of liver and kidney failure in the early hours of yesterday (Wednesday) morning.
“Sadly my inspirational sister Jo passed away defiantly last night, just after midnight,” Scott Ferguson said. “I’d hate for her life to simply slip past now as there were deeper issues that should be addressed if only to help people in similar situations and prevent others from premature death.”
Publicist Adam Worling was among those paying tribute to his late friend.
“Jo Jo was such a darling of the fashion world,” Worling said. “Though, while she was obviously in a lot of pain these past few years, I hope we all remember how she used to light up a room with that smile. Someone who left us way too early.”
Ferguson had been battling health issues for some time.
On March 29, back in the hospital, Ferguson shared a concerning image from her hospital bed with the caption, “Neverending … now draining with a tube”.
Yesterday, friends took to Facebook to pay tribute to Ferguson, who was described as “beautiful, funny, unique and infectious”.
“RIP beautiful girl. I’m so glad we reconnected over the past few months,” one wrote.
“You always made me laugh even when you have been so sick. sending love to your family.”
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